Oracle Team Usa Stays Alive

Houston Dynamo vs. Chivas USA | MLS Match Preview

At about two minutes before the race begins, both teams get to enter a starting area, where they are free to roam before crossing the starting line, which is at one end of the starting area. But one team gets to enter the area 10 seconds before the other, for safety reasons. The teams take turns getting that 10-second head start. Oracle had it for Race 12 and got its boat between the starting line and the Kiwis boat before the race began. That let Oracle easily beat New Zealand to the first turn. Ellisons team never trailed in the race. We got a nice jump off the line, Spithill said. There were zero mistakes. It was a very satisfying race. Oracle will have the early entry in Race 13, while the Kiwis have it for Races 14 and 15. San Francisco Bay is reliably windy this time of year, with 20-miles-per-hour gusts starting around 1 p.m. and getting stronger throughout the afternoon.

Antunez to help hurricane victims in Mexico Chivas USA defender Daniel Antunez has teamed up with local community group, Fundacion Guerrerenses en California, to raise funds in benefit of victims of hurricanes Manuel and Ingrid. Antunez, who has family living in the affected state of Guerrero, along with Mexican singer Jose Manuel Figueroa, will be at the Curacao Santa Ana / Fountain Valley store on Saturday, Sept. 21 from 1-4 p.m. Hurricane Manuel emerged in the southwest region of Mexico, hitting the state of Guerrero first, then re-emerged in the Gulf of California, striking against cities in Sinaloa, Mexico. So far, Hurricane Manuel has left 97 casualties, according to Reuters, with 58 others reported missing. All proceeds of the fundraiser will be allocated toward buying food and water for the victims. Chivas USA conclude their final session ahead of Saturdays match Chivas USA completed the last training session of their work week on Friday morning at the StubHub Centers Field 6 as part of final preparations before their trip to Houston in the afternoon. The Goats reported to the pitch at 9:30 a.m. ahead of Saturdays Week 30 match against the Dynamo at BBVA Compass Stadium. The squad ran through a brief and light session under the watch of Head Coach Jose Luis Real and his coaching staff. Training kicked off with a jog around the pitch and returned for a session of stretches for initial warm-ups. Players then broke out into ball work in groups of three for short touches and rotation into vacant spaces after serving off their passes. Afterwards the group united to sharpen their set piece tactics in the final third with a goalkeeper in goal. While part of the Rojiblancos concluded their morning with a set of supplementary stretches, several attackers participated in a build-up and distribution drill with the objective of finishing inside the box. The play would initiate in the defensive half of the pitch and conclude with a one-on-one matchup versus the keeper.

Chivas USA look to translate recent home success to the road

This is the first meeting between the clubs at BBVA Compass Stadium. Chivas USA ended their history at Robertson Stadium winless all-time in league play (0-7-2). Coaches record: Dominic Kinnear vs. CHV: P21 W12 L2 T7 Jose Luis Real vs. HOU: first game HOUSTON DYNAMO The Houston Dynamo put an end to their winless streak after four games, defeating Philadelphia Union 1-0 on Saturday afternoon at PPL Park. The Dynamo are in fourth place in the Eastern Conference with 40 points from 28 matches. LAST MATCH The game’s lone goal came in the 53rd minute. Brad Davis swung in a free kick from 40 yards out, and Ricardo Clark was able to squeeze between two defenders to head home from from inside the penalty area. Dynamo goalkeeper Tally Hall did not have to make a single save for the match. He was beaten in the 30th minute, allowing a Keon Daniel free kick to curl into the goal, but the apparent ruled out after defender Amobi Okugo was adjudged offside. Highlights: PHI 0, HOU 1 Dynamo head coach Dominic Kinnear made three changes to the team that suffered a 2-0 loss to the Columbus Crew at Crew Stadium. Jermaine Taylor, Ricardo Clark and Brad Davis came into the team, in place of Mike Chabala, Alexander Lopez and the departed Adam Moffat. HOUSTON DYNAMO (4-1-3-2): Tally Hall – Warren Creavalle, Jermaine Taylor, Bobby Boswell, Kofi Sarkodie – Ricardo Clark – Jason Johnson (Brian Ownby 83), Giles Barnes (Servando Carrasco 72), Brad Davis – Will Bruin, Cam Weaver (Omar Cummings 79).

USA presidential candidate answers wide-ranging questions in public forum (photos)

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I would do all that I could try to do bring the two divisions together as often as possible. Marshall also asked how Gilbert envisioned a typical faculty members workday in the future. Across the country, things are changing for faculty members, Gilbert said. Theyre more focused on research as we go forward. There is going to be more demand on faculty to be involved in knowledge creation and research. An audience member asked for Gilberts opinion on the universitys reliance on faculty adjunct professors. I think there is a place for a variety of different faculty types, Gilbert said, but relying too heavily on adjuncts is not a good idea. Other questions focused on ideas for expanding campus activities, enhancing the universitys role in the community and improving campus communication. Gilbert was also asked about his favorite charities (Habitat for Humanity, a foundation to assist public schools, the Starkville arts council); which professional journals he reads (The Chronicle of Higher Education); and his favorite book (1776 by David McCullough). It was great to field all the questions, Gilbert said after the session. He emphasized his goal to expand the universitys partnerships with Mobiles businesses and industry. I think theres a great opportunity for Mobile to do integrated research projects, and advance the university and businesses in the area, he said. Paul Pietri, a professor of management and director of USAs Business Resources Center, exited the session with a big smile. Very impressive candidate, he said.